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GOODHUE — Roger Kittelson pledges to put agricultural know-how and other life experiences to work for Minnesota Senate District 21 residents.

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At the Feb. 11 Kenyon City Council meeting, the council directed City Engineer Joe Rhein and Engineer Derek Olinger to include an early completion incentive bonus in the bids sent out to contractors for the Red Wing Avenue Improvement project.

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Valentine’s Day was celebrated in several different ways Friday. At Kenyon Sunset Home, a Valentine’s Day king and queen were crowned to reign over the Valentine’s Day Party held later that afternoon.

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The Kenyon-Wanamingo School Board held a regular meeting Jan. 24, where board members discussed the activities shuttle bus, the school resource officer renewal proposal, the superintendent search, the approval of an interim community education director and the budget, among other things. The…

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Local farmers haven’t had an easy time in the last several years, struggling with inconsistent growing conditions and low commodity prices. However, many, like Wheeling Township farmer Keith Schrader, are expressing optimism that new trade deals could help them get back on their feet.

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Local farmers haven’t had an easy time in the last several years, struggling with inconsistent growing conditions and low commodity prices. However, many, like Wheeling Township farmer Keith Schrader, are expressing optimism that new trade deals could help them get back on their feet.

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Kenyon-Wanamingo High School Principal Matt Ryan announced Monday that Cole Flom and Madison Luebke, K-W High School seniors, have been selected to represent their school in the academics, arts and athletics award program known as Triple “A’.

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The Kenyon-Wanamingo Elementary School gym roared with laughter, cheering and excitement as a handful of lucky students tested their appetite to participate in a human version of the well-known children’s game, “Hungry Hungry Hippos.”

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PRAIRIE ISLAND — Each year the Goodhue County Editorial Association honors a citizen of the year. This year, five people were honored: the members of the Prairie Island Tribal Council.

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For the mentors and members of Kenyon-Wanamingo’s robotics team, Bots in Shining Armour — Team 3848, the program is a place where students not only design, assemble and test an industrial-sized robot to compete in contests against other teams, but where they share talents, develop skills use…

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Cell phones throughout southern Minnesota were sent an emergency alert late Sunday night. While these alerts in the past have been used to notify the community of missing children and escaped inmates, this weekend it was used to warn residents who may experience an emergency.

After many years of conversations, public hearings and notices about the solid waste ordinance in Goodhue County — an ordinance set to raise costs for trash removal in the area — the process will be extended by about another four months, according to Goodhue County Public Works Director Greg…

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Since Dec. 27, 1919 the Wanamingo Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Quamme Post #186, has been a place where local veterans can congregate, swap stories and support one another and the community.

Two Republican women joined the race for the 2nd District congressional seat held by Democratic U.S. Rep. Angie Craig on Thursday, a 24-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a former state representative.

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<&firstgraph>Waseca native Paul Somers is returning to southern Minnesota Thursday night for a performance of “Triple Espresso: A Highly Caffeinated Comedy” at Shattuck-St. Mary’s School in Faribault.

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Since October, Junior High Knowledge Bowl Coach Darin Walling has assisted 22 students grow their knowledge in categories such as math, science, literature and history.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A former Marine Corps officer has become the second Republican to announce his candidacy in the race against incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Angie Craig in Minnesota’s 2nd Congressional District.

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